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Offline B-52

UGRR Section T02150 and Great Rivers D02280
« on: March 02, 2011, 02:46:43 pm »
Sorry to all who have seen this same post in different areas....just becoming familiar and each time I think that the last post is in a more appropriate area.

I overlaid sections the UGRR (T02150)and GR (D02280) and one of intersections confuses me.

Is there a reason that the two routes  don’t share the same roads between WP T020Z0/D02850 and T020T0/D028C0?

I tried to upload a small jpg of the map, but got booted....

Offline B-52

Re: UGRR Section T02150 and Great Rivers D02280
« Reply #1 on: March 02, 2011, 03:58:55 pm »
Never mind....after a really close review of a handful of wps i have discovered that if a waypoint is "on top" of another road i.e a bridge or overpass...the software didnt allways get it where it was intended....i.e itwas supposed to be on the "bottom" road....it recalulate a new route..

Offline JMilyko

Re: UGRR Section T02150 and Great Rivers D02280
« Reply #2 on: March 03, 2011, 09:03:13 am »
Never mind....after a really close review of a handful of wps i have discovered that if a waypoint is "on top" of another road i.e a bridge or overpass...the software didnt allways get it where it was intended....i.e itwas supposed to be on the "bottom" road....it recalulate a new route..

Aha, glad there was a reason things looked askew to you!

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